Dragging and dropping from your desktop


show more Dragging and dropping from your desktop provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Fundamentals show less
please wait ...

Dragging and dropping from your desktop

I've saved my changes as Blended starfield.psd found inside the 10_layers folder. If you compare our progress so far to the final Martini Hour banner.psd file, you'll notice that the latter is much brighter, and it's radiating with this kind of purplish glow. Part of the glow is a function of this automated filter called Lens Flare inside of Photoshop, and part of it is this thing that I captured with the camera. I'll go ahead and show you that thing, is the next file in line here; Splash.tif.

Also found in the 10_layers folder. The way I created this was I took a little point-and-shoot camera, turned on its flash, and fired it directly into a mirror. Then I took what I thought to be kind of the coolest of these photos, and I exaggerated the heck out of the contrast. So I turned it just black-and-white. Then I up sampled it, it actually looks cruddy, really awful image if you inspect it. But, it's going to work out beautifully inside of our composition. A couple of ways...

Dragging and dropping from your desktop
Video duration: 4m 38s 17h 33m Beginner

Viewers:

Dragging and dropping from your desktop provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Fundamentals

Subjects:
Design Photography
Software:
Photoshop
Author:
please wait ...